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Home  |  News  |  Arrest made in Huddle House Robbery‏

Arrest made in Huddle House Robbery‏
Friday, September 13, 2013

 
AIKEN, SC - Investigators with the Aiken Department of Public Safety have made an arrest in the early morning robbery at the Huddle House on September 11, 2013.

On September 11, 2013 Robert Theotis-Lamond Inabinett (39) of Trenton, SC, was identified and was arrested that evening during a traffic stop. During the traffic stop a quantity of Cocaine and Marijuana were located in the vehicle.

Mr. Inabinett was incarcerated in the Aiken County Detention Center charged with Strong Armed Robbery, Kidnapping, Possession with Intent to Distribute (PWID) Cocaine, Simple Possession of Marijuana more than First Offense, Open Container, and other traffic offenses.

Investigators are continuing to investigate previous robberies within the City of Aiken to determine any connection to Mr. Inabinett.

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